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Volume 39 - Number 1 - March 1924


The Agrarian Phase of the Mexican Revolution of 1910-1920
Helen Phipps

pp. 1-18

Modern French Views on the Doctrine of the Separation of Powers II
R. K. Gooch

pp. 19-34

The Monroe Doctrine Reconsidered
William R. Shepherd

pp. 35-66

The Relations between Adam Smith and Benjamin Franklin before 1776
Thomas D. Eliot

pp. 67-96

Wage Policies and National Productivity
Sam A. Lewisohn

pp. 97-105

Comparative Tax Burdens in the Twentieth Century

pp. 106-146

Bismarck's Diplomacy at its Zenith, Joseph Vincent Fuller
Reviewed by Munroe Smith

pp. 147-151

The American Revolution, Charles Howard McIlwain
Reviewed by Robert Livingston Schuyler

pp. 151-157

Germany's Capacity to Pay, Harold G. Moulton and Constantine E. McGuire
Reviewed by E. E. Agger

pp. 157-161

A Short History of the British Commonwealth, Ramsay Muir
Reviewed by Arthur Lyon Cross

pp. 161-163

The Genesis of the War, H. H. Asquith
Reviewed by S. A. Korff

pp. 164-166

Organized Produce Markets, John S. Smith
Reviewed by C. E. Griffin

pp. 166-168

Forest Resources of the World, Raphael Zon, William N. Sparhawk and Gifford Pinchot
Reviewed by Wesley C. Mitchell

pp. 168-169

Le Desequilibre du Monde, Gustave LeBon
Reviewed by M. M. Knight

pp. 170-173

Private Diaries of the Rt. Hon. Sir Algernon West, G. C. B, Horace G. Hutchinson
Reviewed by Benjamin S. Terry

pp. 173-174

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Demetrios James Caraley

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